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Cabinet approves the River Ganga (Rejuvenation, Protection and Management) Authorities Order, 2016


The Union Cabinet under the Chairmanship of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has approval the River Ganga (Rejuvenation, Protection and Management) Authorities Order, 2016. The Order lays down a new institutional structure for policy and implementa


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Massive time taken for a transfer petition at hon.sc

Posted by VIJAY



Hi Experts,

I filed a Cr. Transfer petition a the Hon.SC in MAY 2015 since my wife filed 498a on us in Bangalore and then DV and other cases at her native in Tamil Nadu.

I was happy that at least my petition was not dismissed straight away as it happens with most men against women. But my happiness was short lived as the respondent took 10 months of time pleading the registry to file her reply and finally did not file their reply.

Now it is SEP and the petition became ex-parte in April 2016 but we still do not see any end to our woes, it seems the registry wants to drag the petition as long as possible by postponing the listing or systematically kill the petition to benefit the woman respondent.

Un-knowingly I hired an advocate who is from a place close to the respondent from the same state and I have strong suspicion that they have communicated with each other on how to drag and delay and make the petition useless.

Now the likely listing is at the end of November and I believe this will continue.

Please let me know the options for us to get a quick listing and get the petition disposed off.

Should I write to Hon.CJI on this matter? Please provide your valuable suggestions.


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